Digital Transformation Summit in Sydney to navigate Australia’s technological frontier

The rapid adoption of technology and the ascent of Fintech are reshaping Australia's BFSI sector dramatically.

In an era dominated by digital innovation, the key to sustaining competitiveness lies in a profound comprehension of technological advancements and their strategic applications. Despite challenges in keeping pace with technological evolution, Australia remains committed to overcoming obstacles hindering innovation and seamless digital adoption.

Competing effectively in the digital landscape demands a comprehensive understanding of technological developments and their real-world implications.

In light of this, the forthcoming “26th Edition of the Digital Transformation Summit,” organized by Exito Media Concepts, slated for March 14th in Sydney, is set to bring together industry representatives, thought leaders, and experts. This event aims to foster the exchange of insights and expertise on the latest technologies and trends shaping the digital transformation landscape.

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Featured Speakers at the Conference include, Simon Bush, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), Vasyl Nair, Group Chief Executive Officer, Mine Super. Greg McKenna, CEO, Police Bank, Dr. Tom Gao, Chief Technology and Digital Services Officer, City of Sydney, Cherie Hughes, Executive Group Manager Infrastructure Delivery Solutions, Major Projects Canberra ACT Government and Jeremiah Mannings, Chief Data Officer, Uniting.

Several topics will be on the agenda during the event including,

  1. Data Protection: Preserving Privacy in a Digitized World
  2. Unleashing the AI Revolution: The Power of Cloud Computing and Digital Infrastructure
  3. Breaking the Chains: Revamping Legacy Systems for Successful Digital Transformation
  4. Cyber Resilience in the Age of Digital Transformation
  5. Beyond Boundaries: The Next Frontier in Digital Transformation Tech
  6. Data Protection: Preserving Privacy in a Digitized World
  7. Cyber Resilience in the Age of Digital Transformation

Exito is also hosting the The 21st Edition of the BFSI IT Summit on the 15th of March in Sydney.

The rapid adoption of technology and the ascent of Fintech are reshaping Australia’s BFSI sector dramatically. As innovation propels forward, technology leaders seek comprehensive strategies to outpace competition and fortify resilience. Priorities such as customer-centric approaches, digitization, process automation, and data security remain paramount for IT leaders.

The 21st Edition of the BFSI IT Summit by Exito is an exclusive, in-person conference uniting top technology leaders. This summit serves as a platform for learning and networking, delving into imminent challenges within the BFSI sector and uncovering best practices for overcoming them.

The BFSI (Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance) sector is on the cusp of a digital transformation. This summit, brings together industry leaders, innovators, and experts to explore the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities shaping the future of financial technology.

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Featuring a lineup of esteemed speakers, insightful panel discussions, and interactive workshops, the BFSI IT Summit amia to deliver insights and strategies for navigating the rapidly evolving landscape of financial technology. Attendees can expect to gain actionable insights, forge strategic partnerships, and stay ahead of the curve in this dynamic industry.

Prominent speakers confirmed for the summit include, Krystle Ritchens, Executive Director, Senior Payments Industry And Regulatory Lead J.P. Morgan, Paul Bloxham, Managing Director & Chief Economist For ANZ And Global Commodities, HSBC, May Lam, CIO Australian Payments Plus, Andrew Brydon, Executive Chief Engineer NAB and Simon Callaghan, CEO & Board Director Blockchain Australia.

The summit will cover a range of prominent topics, including:

  • Digitization and Automation in the Customer Journey
  • Open Banking and the Future of Innovation
  • The Next Frontier: Generative AI for Financial Services
  • All things Strategy, Technology, Digital & Data in BFSI
  • Central Bank Digital Currencies & the future of money.
  • Designing Resilient Banking Systems Powered by site reliability engineering.

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